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Ulli Bocklage -
I'd like to put out a big THANK YOU to all the people who are involved in this wonderful site.
Don't want to rate anything. I'm just grateful for listening to so much beautiful music.
This show stands for many, many other great and for shure better ones than this...
In music and atmospere I love 70's Grateful Dead with Keith... Philosophy?... All times.
Why I review this one?... Very simple... It was my first and only...
and the beginning of a love, I'm falling in... now for the 257th... or so... time
Bobby blows lyrics right and left. The playing by the guys is in general pretty good. Eyes is WAY to fast but is enjoyable for the novelty. Space is good as is the Other One but overall this show is only OK in my estimation, not bad by any means, just average.
Subject: Where's Jerry?
Jerry is either very low or absent in the mix until Tenn. Jed. However the Birdsong, LIG>Deal and the lightning quick Eyes are excellent.
Subject: Fastest Eyes Ever
Love Bobby's energy is St. of Circumstance, one of the Fastest Eye's I've heard!
Subject: Give this show a chance!
The Compendium was overly harsh on this show. It would get more respect if the Melkweg shows did not follow it. Nice bass unlike most of fall Europe '81. Great FOTD, Space (Go Phil!), and sweet Eyes!
Subject: eyes of the world
Subject: good not great, but good
Some might go one star more--vocals are a little out front, but tempos don't get too loggy, nice Sugaree, Jerry pushes the pace of Eyes of the World. fans of the 80's should enjoy this very much. Worth downloading.